Rumpl x Iron & Resin Last Ride Blanket

If you’re anything like us here at Coolector HQ, you’ll be dreaming of outdoor adventures and wilderness excursions over the next few months and will be preoccupied with ensuring you’ve got the best gear for the job in tow. Well, so far as comfort on road trips or camping stays is concerned, you’ll definitely want to be adding this Rumpl x Iron & Resin Last Ride Blanket to your line up of gear.

The Rumpl x Iron & Resin Last Ride Blanket is available for $129 and boasts both an awesome aesthetic and unparalleled comfort. This cracking bit of outdoor (or indoor for that matter) gear will rapidly become a favourite carry-along for any adventures you find yourself on over the next few months and will transition into being your go-to blanket indoors when the cold winter months roll around.

Comfort is Key

The ace looking Rumpl x Iron & Resin Last Ride Blanket is a highly packable, ultra-warm offering that will easily pack down to a mere 6.5″ x 14″ – making it ideal for stowing away on road trips or camping adventures. The 240g 3D Hollow Fiber synthetic insulation makes it a comfortable layer to sleep with down to 40ºF/~4ºC temperatures.

Exceptionally comfortable, the Rumpl x Iron & Resin Last Ride Blanket ($129) is designed with hitting the road in mind and you can bungee it on your bike for that quick camp trip up in the mountains, stash it in your car so you’re always ready for anything or keep it at home so you can be reminded of Golden California sunsets whenever you pull it out.

Positively packed full of great features, this blanket represents great value for money at $129. Some of its stand out features include a water-resistant polyester stuff sack, an ultra-warm synthetic construction crafted from the same stuff as premium sleeping bags and down jackets, the signature Rumpl design aesthetic which takes its design inspiration from the patterns found in nature and the odour and stain-resistant materials used throughout. A road trip essential if ever we saw one.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.